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Arnold Arboretum
Category: Gardens
125 Arborway, Boston, MA 2119
617.524.1718


family outing
Tower Hill Botanic Garden
Category: Gardens
11 French Drive, Boylston, MA 1505
508.869.6111


I visited the Tower Hill Botanic Garden in November 2006. What a treat! Located on 132 acres, the outside grounds contain over 350 labeled shrubs and trees. From the grounds located up on a hill, there...

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Museum of Fine Arts
Category: Arts + Monument + Museum
549 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 2199
617.267.9300


Child Reading, by Dihl et Guerhard Manufactory (Boston, MA)
Crane Beach
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Argilla Road, Ipswich, MA 1938
978.356.4354


Singing Beach
Category: Sightseeing + Tours
Manchester by the Sea, MA

TD Banknorth Garden
Category: Gardens + Sports
100 LegendsWay, Boston, MA 2110
617.624.1000


Boston Garden Center
Upon entering, I was impressed with the size of the museum and quantity of artifacts. I enjoyed the interactive exhibits and audios for the displays. The staff was extremely helpful and gave us a background...

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Atlantic Country Club
Category: Golf
450 Little Sandy Pond Rd, Plymouth, MA 2360
508.759.6644


Atlantic is one of my favorite places to play. The staff is great, and the conditions are excellent at any time of the year. If your traveling to Plymouth to play golf you have to give Atlantic...

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Boston Public Garden
Category: Gardens
Arlington, Boylston, Charles and Beacon streets, Boston, MA

Boston - Boston Public Garden Ducks in a Row
The launching point for the swan boats is the Boston Public Garden (daily), the first botanical garden in the United States, with 24 acres featuring a splendid variety of flowers and ornamental

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Bunker Hill Monument
Category: Monument + Museum
First Ave., Boston, MA 2129
617.242.5641


Boston - William Prescott/Zakim Bridge/John Hancock Building from Bunker Hill Monument
This 221-foot granite obelisk honors the memory of the colonists who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17, 1775. The rebels lost the battle, but nearly half the British troops were killed or wounded, a loss that ...   more

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